How to Take Pictures with Food Mode on your Galaxy S7 Edge

Galaxy’s S7 Edge Auto mode sometimes does not meet your requirements – the sooner you accept that, the better. You need to try other Galaxy S7 camera modes to get desired photos and this is why I am here for. This guide shows you how to be bold and dare to do something more. After all, Galaxy S7 Edge offer a few special camera modes, including virtual shot, hyperlapse, live broadcast, video collage or food mode and in order to use any of these camera modes, you have to manually change to it.

Don’t you know how to do it? Trust me when I say that it is a piece of cake and yes, I am here to help you all the way.

I bet that your attention was immediately captured by Food Mode and that you imagine what this mode can do. You are not at all wrong! This special mode lets you take pictures that emphasise the vivid colours you can get from foods. I don’t know if you are a great cook or if other people grimace at your food when it’s on their place, but taking photos is perfect for both cases.

This could come as a confirmation that you are a master at this chapter or as a way to keep on eye on your evolution. After all, it seems to be the perfect time to stop ripping over packages of instant food and you can get plenty of inspiration: there are plenty of recipes everywhere on the internet, not to mention all those Android apps (you can Enjoy Cooking with Android Food Network In the Kitchen or Discover some of The Best Android Food Apps available on Google Play and not only).

And we are back to the actual part of this guide, so let’s see what steps must be followed:

How to Take Pictures with Food Mode on your Galaxy S7 Edge:

  1. From the front screen, choose Apps;
  2. Up next, select Camera;
  3. Then, hit the Mode option;
  4. As you can imagine, you have to choose Food;
  5. Tap the subject or tap and hold the circular frame and drag it over the subject;
  6. Note that the area outside the circular frame will be blurred;
  7. To resize the circular frame, all you have to do is to drag a corner of the frame;
  8. Tap Color icon and drag the adjustment bar to adjust the colourtone;
  9. Then, select the Camera icon to take a photo.

If you have any questions or encounter any problems while applying the steps from above, please let us know your questions or errors in the comments box below.

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